NIT 2015: Elite Eight Start Times, TV Schedule, And Odds


While the NCAA Tournament moves to the Sweet 16 later this week, the National Invitation Tournament’s Dance Card is full this evening and Wednesday with its version of the Elite Eight.

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  • The NIT has been taking to the court since 1938 and is second in tenure only to the NAIA Tournament begun by James Naismith in 1937. The NCAA Tournament commenced in 1939.

    Here is a look at the NIT Quarterfinals with start times, television schedule, and online sportsbook odds. All times are Eastern Daylight Time and live streaming can be seen on ESPN3. The Road to the Big Apple continues.

    Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. – (2) Miami (FL) Hurricanes (23-12) Vs. (1) Richmond Spiders (21-13) on ESPN at Robins Center in Richmond, VA. The line at is Richmond -2.5 with the Over/Under at 133.

    Players To Watch: Miami sophomore guard Manu Lecomte led the attack with 17 points in the Hurricanes 73-66 win over Alabama. Richmond junior forward T.J. Cline put up 19 points in the Spiders 76-70 victory against Arizona State.

    Tuesday, March 24 at 9 p.m. – (5) Vanderbilt Commodores (21-13) Vs. (2) Stanford Cardinal (21-13) on ESPN at Maples Pavilion in Stanford, CA. The line at is Stanford -3 with the Over/Under at 149.

    Players To Watch: Sanford senior guard Chasson Randle had 35 points in 39 minutes as he helped his team to beat Rhode Island 74-65. Vanderbilt freshman guard Wade Baldwin IV recorded 20 points in the Commodores 92-77 defeat of South Dakota State.

    Wednesday, March 25 at 7 p.m. – (3) Murray State Racers (29-5) Vs. (1) Old Dominion Monarchs (26-7) at Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk, VA on ESPN2. The early line at is Old Dominion -3 with the Over/Under at 137.

    Players To Watch: Old Dominion senior forward Jonathan Arledge made the go-ahead layup with just 19 seconds left on the clock in the 50-49 win over Illinois State. He had 10 points total. Murray State’s combo of junior guard/forward Jeffery Moss and senior guard T.J. Sapp each scored 17 points in the 83-60 triumph over Tulsa.

    Wednesday, March 25 at 9 p.m. – (3) Louisana Tech Bulldogs (27-8) Vs. (1) Temple Owls (25-10) at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, PA on ESPN2. The early line at is Temple -3.5 with the Over/Under at 151.5.

    Players To Watch: Louisiana Tech junior guard Alex Hamilton put up 25 points in the 84-72 victory against Texas A&M. Temple senior guard Will Cummings contributed 21 points in the 90-77 win over George Washington.

    The NIT Final Four is set for Tuesday, March 31 at Madison Square Garden in New York City with the Championship Game scheduled for Thursday, April 2 at MSG.

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